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Old 01-19-2018, 01:12 PM
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anyone converted to gstar pd yet? I do this grudgingly but am able to keep them in my cooler weather bag.

also, I have bought about five gstar pd's in hopes to find one similar to my somewhat flat factory second I bought years ago which I imagine came from the same mold the coveted third runs did.

this particular gstar pd is so much more stable than all the other g I have bought even at 168 grams.
Anyone able to comment on the G PDs at this time? I was remiss to hear the P line was OOP, as I wanted to give them a try.
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Old 01-20-2018, 02:18 PM
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Anyone able to comment on the G PDs at this time? I was remiss to hear the P line was OOP, as I wanted to give them a try.
G-line pds show some turn. They’re pretty neutral for a pd. Decent flight, but I’m not a fan of the plastic. You should still be able to find plenty of p-line pds out there though
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Old 01-21-2018, 07:41 PM
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Anyone able to comment on the G PDs at this time? I was remiss to hear the P line was OOP, as I wanted to give them a try.
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G-line pds show some turn. They’re pretty neutral for a pd. Decent flight, but I’m not a fan of the plastic. You should still be able to find plenty of p-line pds out there though
Agreed with mgamache8 about the G-line PD's. I'm not a huge fan of the g-line plastic but you can still rip on it like a normal PD. It's pretty mellow in fade which is a great option for people who like the g-line plastic.

To comment on the p-pd's, I just saw a new one go on Facebook for $12. You can still find them at reasonable prices, although in the long run they may be tough to track down.
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Old 01-22-2018, 12:04 AM
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You may be better of throwing a cd2 in a plastic you like than a gline pd. The gLine pd does fly similarly to a P but I feel they lose HSS before LSS
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Old 01-22-2018, 10:07 AM
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Agreed with mgamache8 about the G-line PD's. I'm not a huge fan of the g-line plastic but you can still rip on it like a normal PD. It's pretty mellow in fade which is a great option for people who like the g-line plastic.

To comment on the p-pd's, I just saw a new one go on Facebook for $12. You can still find them at reasonable prices, although in the long run they may be tough to track down.
i switched to G-PDs...i don't mind the G-Line all that much...the issue with the P-PDs was finding the old gummy good PDs, not the firm P-Line that goes US super fast.
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